‘The Earl Takes All’ by Lorraine Heath

teta-lhSTORY: One summer night, Edward Alcott gives in to temptation and kisses Lady Julia Kenney in a dark garden. However, the passion she stirs within him is best left in the shadows as she weds his twin, the Earl of Greyling. But when tragedy strikes, to honor the vow he makes to his dying brother, Edward must pretend to be Greyling until the countess delivers her babe.

After her husband returns from a two-month sojourn, Julia finds him changed. Bolder, more daring, and more wicked—even if he does limit their encounters to kisses. With each passing day, she falls more deeply in love.

For Edward the embers of desire sparked on that long-ago night are quickly rekindled. He yearns to be her husband in truth. But if she discovers his ruse, she will despise him—and English law prevents him from marrying his brother’s widow. Yet he must dare to risk everything and reveal his secrets if he is to truly take all.

REVIEW: I think the author had me at “twins”! I knew this was one of those stories that could have gone either way for me. I was going to either love it or hate it, and I loved it. The reason for it is mostly the hero. He needed some redeeming and the author did an excellent job in redeeming him in my eyes.

Plot wise, this was good and it moved at a fast pace and the story didn’t falter. If there was one thing I would have liked to have been better, that would have been the heroine. I wish I liked her more.

If you’ve already started the series, you’ll love this one. If you’ve not read the previous book, please get it. You’ll be glad you did.

Melanie for b2b

Complimentary copy provided by the publisher

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